The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority on Friday asked former employees of Wells Fargo to come forward if they believe the bank fired them for blowing the whistle on its sham customer accounts and used termination notices to further retaliate or hide its tracks.
Arista Networks. infringed two of six network technology patents asserted by Cisco Systems, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge ruled Friday in one of several IP cases between the tech companies.
The son of the former prime minister of Gabon faces up to five years in U.S. prison after pleading guilty in Brooklyn federal court Friday to conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act while acting as a contractor for New York-based hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LLC.
President Barack Obama has directed intelligence officials to conduct a full review into Russian involvement in the November election as top members of Congress intensify calls for the White House to share what has already been gathered about Russian intrusion, according to news reports on Friday.
The World Anti-Doping Agency published the second portion of an independent investigation into Russia’s state-sponsored doping ring Friday, finding that more than 1,000 athletes benefited from, or directly participated in, the regime.
Federal Circuit judges sitting en banc probed a Patent Trial and Appeal Board rule Friday that makes it more difficult for patent owners to amend challenged patent claims, questioning whether the measure runs counter to the America Invents Act.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. has offered to buy all of the outstanding shares of British telecom giant Sky PLC that it does not already own in a deal worth roughly $14.1 billion, the companies said Friday.
By Braden Campbell